Ink in the Wheels: Stories to Make Love Roll

Ink in the Wheels: Stories To Make Love Roll

We’re excited to be publishing our memoir Ink in the Wheels: Stories to Make Love Roll, to be released February 2013! This project has been five years in the making. Originally, we were going to write our story just after we were married, but in the eight years of our marriage, we’ve learned many lessons about inter-ability marriage that are vital in the discussion of independence for those with disabilities with themes that include our own story, family dynamics, intimacy, finances and work, and losing faith in each other and ourselves- and finding it again.

Check out our new website here:
http://www.inkinthewheels.com

You can always read about our personal adventures on our personal Love Rolls On blog here!

You can watch our book trailer here!

7 Responses to Ink in the Wheels: Stories to Make Love Roll

  1. Victoria says:

    Hello, enjoyed reading some of your site today! Not sure how I happened on it, but I was blessed! I hope to find time to read both your stories again soon.

    Best regards.

  2. Katie ogrinz says:

    I enjoyed watching your book trailer but to be honest I had know what barton was saying when it came to him talking it would of been nice to have the closed captioning on the bottom. But you guys look great together and wish you the best of luck in your future.

  3. Dylan Prevost says:

    Your story gives me hope!!!! I also have cerebral palsy and want to get married but my social security disability insurance is a big road block can you give me some advice please????

  4. Heather says:

    “Love Rolls On | Unlikely Tales of Marriage, Love,
    and Disability” ended up being a terrific posting, cannot wait to look over more of your posts.
    Time to spend several time on the web hehe. Thanks for your effort -Latia

  5. Jamie Mortenson says:

    I would have been married on 12-19-09. We found out if I get married I loose my income (SSDI) and my medicare A&B. Without just living together is there any help around this, I want to be married. The woman who I was going to merry, wont talk to me. I lost her:’(
    Is there any hope for me?
    Jamie

  6. David Diggs says:

    Megan and Bart,
    I caught you on youtube a few months ago. Then I saw that you got a MV-1. I noticed you are from NC so I wanted to contact you and see if you would be willing to talk to me about your MV-1. I want to start a project to bring the MV-1 to Wilmington, NC. I have this concept that I am trying to get off the ground. Basically I would like to build a community here in Wilmington for, of, and about people with disabilities. I am on the Mayor’s counsel for people with disabilities and we have a pretty active disability counsel. The three tenants of my concept are: Transportation, Housing, and Employment. I think if you have a lot of people with disabilites living in one area you can offer more services at lower rates. With the right services people will have more opportunity for jobs and I be believe jobs can set people free to do almost anything they want. It is really about being able to live life and being independent. You can check out my Sunrise Project at http://www.daviddiggs.net

    I am working on this by myself so the progress is very slow. I want to improve transportation services in Wilmington as the first part of my project because I think it is the most practical approach. I would love to talk to you or maybe do a video chat. Would you be up for a talk sometime?

    Take care and hope to talk to you soon,
    David Diggs

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